Sunday, September 14, 2008

ROASTED TOMATO AND GOATS' CHEESE TART WITH THYME



Whilst looking at Delia's site for bbq inspiration I came across this tart recipe. We had a bbq yesterday, and I served this alongside all of our usual meats and salads.

I used vine tomatoes which I had bought previously and picked a few thyme leaves out of the garden. The goat's cheese was in the fridge, the puff pastry in the freezer and so I was ready to go, go, go!

Lovely, lovely tart and it looked so summery too!

The recipe can be found here.

16 comments :

Happy cook said...

I fully agree with you they are lovely and summery.

Jan said...

Glad the weather was ok for your BBQ! That goats cheese tart looks yummy!

Mallika said...

That's a great idea for a BBQ side. I love making tarts in summer. Ricotta and spinach is another one of my favourites.

Maria said...

That tart looks delicious!

Maria
x

The Caked Crusader said...

What an elegant looking tart! I love it when tomato goes soft and squishy on top of goat's cheese. Mmmmm goat's cheese......!

Geoff said...

I've done something similar but it's called a 4 tomato tart. Vine, sundried, beef and.....erm.....another type of tomato! It's just the same but adds a few different flavours in there.

Margaret said...

Geoff - thank you for visiting my site and leaving an informative comment.
Your 4 tomato tart sounds a really good idea, especially if you are making a large tart.

nicisme said...

Oh yeah, I love a good tomato tart, this one looks very nice indeed!

Rosie said...

M this tart looks so scrummy- you can't beat a good tomato tart.

Rosie x

Beth said...

Tomato and Goats Cheese is a winner in my book. This sounds fab!

Jan said...

Maggie - I have given you TWO awards! Pop over to have a look, Jan x

Swati said...

Gosh!! the tarts look so yummy.. Loved the peaches too !!

Rosie said...

Hi M, I have an award waiting on my blog for you :)

http://rosiebakesapeaceofcake.blogspot.com/

Rosie x

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

hi margaret
the tart looks so good and it is delicious and nutritious as well....my son will love it !

Cakelaw said...

A simple but beautiful tart Margaret - I like it.

I have given you an award:

http://kitchenlaw.blogspot.com/2008/09/holiday-eating-in-two-states-and-some.html

Margaret said...

Thank you everyone for popping by and leaving such kind comments.

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